Michele Del Prete
Listening Room Programme 2
PhD in Philosophy from the Freie Universität Berlin. He studied composition in Graz with Beat Furrer and electronic music in Venice with Alvise Vidolin. He has played his own electronic works with complex spatialisation settings in Graz (IEM Cube) and Madrid (Auditorium Museo Reina Sofía). He is currently working on his artistic PhD (Composing for organ and electronics: spaces and practices) at the Orpheus Institute Gent-ACPA Leiden University. He is the artistic director of Registri, an international sound-art, organ, and electronic music festival dedicated to the 1745 Nachini organ of San Servolo, Venice, Italy. He is professor of Aesthetics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.